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In all seriousness, there's not much in common between the two. CS is about acheiving specific objectives -- either plant a bomb (or defend that action), or rescue hostage (or defend that action). The pace is slower. There's no respawn -- when you die, you are dead for the remainder of the round. There are no vehicles. There are headshots, which means one-shot kills. The maps are much smaller.
I'd say give it a try and see for yourself. It's still played TG style, which means it should be enjoyable. But it is nothing at all like BF2.
3) Support game play in a near-simulation environment. Where the focus of play would not be solely on doing what it takes to win, but doing so utilizing real-world combat strategy and tactics rather than leveraging exploits provided to players by the design of the game engine.
Yep you have to buy them. B is the default buy menu button. Then hit the corresponding numbers to the weapon/item you want. Ammo is filled for free now so you dont need to buy it anymore.
pro tip: When a CT on a DE_ map... dont forget to buy your defuse kit!! ;)
also, when your in the options menu, setting up your keys. Be sure and hit advanced then check the one that says "enable developer console"... this will help speed up answers to your future questions ;)
Hahaha I hate fast switch I can't stand it if im using my pistal then I run over a gun and pick it up and it switches to it while i'm in the mid of shooting my pistal, chances are it will be empty as well, useless mode.
Pro tip: buy armor!
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